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This article is about the UK-based Glam-Punk band. For the US crust punk band, see Anti-Product.
Performing at the Beautiful Days Festival in Devon - 20 August 2005 Photograph: Brian Marks
Background information
Origin United Kingdom
Genres Glam punk
Years active 2000–present
Members Alex Kane
Clare pproduct
Milena Yum
Mandi Jordan
Stitch D
Past members Eddie Reuter
Nino Del Pesco
Ray Herron
Jonny Chops
Chris Catalyst
Ben Graves
Greg D'Angelo
Marina Metallina
Simon Gonk
Toshi Ogawa
Chris Dale
Robin Guy

AntiProduct (/ˈæntprɒdəkt/ or /ˈæntiprɒdəkt/) are a UK-based glam punk band, fronted by Alex Kane, formerly of Clam Abuse, Enuff Z'nuff, Holland, and Life, Sex & Death.[1]

The band formed in 2000, and have played alongside acts such as Rachel Stamp, The Wildhearts, Ginger, The Quireboys, Enuff Z'Nuff, Electric Eel Shock, Tyla from Dogs D'Amour, Murderdolls, Trashlight Vision and Sigue Sigue Sputnik. They have also played as the backing band for Marky Ramone, and also for Richie Ramone. AntiProduct performed at Ozzfest in 2002 at its Donington, Dublin, Prague and Nijmegen locations.

AntiProduct cite their influences as being ABBA, Cheap Trick, KISS, Slayer and The Ramones.[2] The band have a distinct stage presence, using day-glo and ultra-violet light as much as possible, and Kane dressing up in bizarre costumes. Kane will often go into the crowd during performances. Their catch-song is "Bungee Jumping People Die" which the audience joins in on, repeating the title-phrase almost ad infinitum until the band go into the chorus of "I wouldn't mind if I could find my place in life..."

They are easily confused with Anti-Product, especially as both are punk bands with an anarchic theme. Furthermore, both bands are known for having female members.

Current line-up[edit]

  • Alex Kane as A. Product - vocals, guitar
  • Clare pproduct - guitar, vocals
  • Milena Yum - keyboards, vocals, guitar
  • Mandi Jordan - bass, vocals
  • Stitch D - guitar
  • Denzel - drums
  • Nathan Bennett - vocals, keys

Former members[edit]



  • Consume and Die... the Rest is All Fun - February 29, 2000
  • Made in USA - April 28, 2003
  • Please Take Your Cash - 2009


  • "Besides" - Original demo CD, only available on the Clam Abuse tour
  • "Best Day Of Your Life" / "Hey, Let's Get It On" (Cargo/Livewire)
  • "This Is How We Buy The Van EP" - Originally hand-made, 250 numbered copies. Re-released by White Devil Music/Changes One
  • "What's This Thing?" - Listee's Only CD (2001)
  • "AntiProduct Vs The WWF" (White Devil Music)
  • "AntiProduct Live!" - only 40 copies made, and sold on tours. Re-released as below
  • "AntiProduct... Plus A Cast Of Thousands - Live!" (White Devil Music/Changes One)
  • "Radio CD Volume 1" (White Devil Music)
  • "Made In USA Pre-Master CD" - Three track CD released to fans to fund the release of Made In USA
  • "Bootleg Demo Volume 1" - USA Bootleg (White Devil Music)
  • "Better Than This Maxi-Single Box Set"
  • "Bootleg Demo Volume 2" (White Devil Music)
  • "Acoustimosh Live" (White Devil Music)
  • "Good Vibrations" - Beach Boys cover
  • "Project Ohio: Daring And Stupid" - 5 disc collection released to fund tickets to play in Ohio with Mindless Self Indulgence


  • A Day At The Office - Video (Changes One Records) - Profiling AntiProduct's first birthday bash at the Changes One record store. Also included the "Bungee Jumping People Die" video
  • Unseen, Unreleased and Out-takes (AKA The 'This Is Your Life' Video) - Video - Unreleased clips from the 'A Day At The Office' video. Never officially released, instead given away in the "This Is How We Buy The Plane Tickets To Japan" raffle draw
  • Bungee Jumping People Die (Promo) - Video
  • Better Than This (The Promo Video) - Video (Given away as a competition prize only)
  • Better Than This (DVD EP) - DVD (White Devil Music) - Contains the promo videos for "Better Than This", "Bungee Jumping People Die", "Psychedelic Girlfriend" and a live version of "Blitzkrieg Bop"
  • Mëlëe In Milan - DVD (White Devil Music) - Live video of AntiProducts performance at the "Gods Of Metal" festival in Italy


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